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the freezing temperatures. katie marzullo has been talking with people in santa clara county and is bundled up. katie? >> i am forcing a smile. can you tell? it is 33 degrees. i am wearing four layers and gloves and a scarf and people are making fun of me but they are originally from the midwest. we are watching people come and go from the starbucks after hot coffee, of course. if you look at the video you can see normal people are wearing jack oats and long pants, scarves, hats. joe is visiting and originally from minute and is wearing shorts. he wasn't laughing yesterday. listen to this. >> i was walking on a sidewalk that had sprinklers on and i slipped, almost fell. >> on freezing. black ice. yes. yes. >> you don't expect that in california. >> never. never expect that in california. >> this home you see in west san jose, the home owner did what he was supposed to do putting blankets and sheets ovallable plants if his yard. you are supposed to do that for pipes. you do not want the water freezing. >> for the latest on all weather changes you can download the weather app with severe weather
over wages. we katie? >> protests just starting to get underway in southern california. we watching people come and go and sweat shirts are handed out and a man has a bullhorn. in new york workers have been at it for hours. >> you heard that as the day rolls out fast food employees in 100 cities will walk off the job of the workers in manhattan began the protest at 6:30. events are planned at lunch at some mcdonald's in san jose, oakland, and antioch. workers are asking for more money, a minimum wage of $15. that wage now is $7.25. that is $15,000 for a full time employees which is not enough. >> until we lit -- lift the workers up there is not a true recovery from the greatest recession since the depression. >> if the minimum wage goes up to $15 an hour food prices will go up and there will be fewer jobs. last month, rebound said he would back a senate measure to raise the minimum wage not to $15 but to $10.10 an hour. san francisco and san jose already pay $10 or more an hour on average. on average they make $9 an hour. >> governor brown hold as strong advantage over potential g.o
small plane disappeareds on? with four family members on board. katie? 40 search personnel are on the ground with soldier aircraft. there is some hope because planes picked up an emergency locator transmitter. it further narrowed the seven area. the small plane took off from oregon on sunday headed to montana and the pilot reported engine problems over idaho. on board was his daughter and his fiance students at byu and jonathan was meeting her family for the first time over the holiday and the wedding is a month from day the jonathan's uncle has faith in the piloting but necessities there is more at issue. >> our concern is they have survived the crash and could be injured but having to survive in ten degree weather at night with snow and no way to keep warm. >> his son, daniel, and his wife were on the plane. daily smith founded serial tek a pioneer so the wear giant. searching begins in an hour. >> in sonoma, efforts are growing for the creation of a park in memory of 13-year-old andy lopez, the board is looking at respecting the lot where lopez was shot while carrying a
for decades. >>> speaking of lovers, katie, you watching us tonight? if, so someone is looking for you. he's hoping for a christmas miracle. we are, too. >> do you remember reese? evidently the two of you met in hong kong. you were trying because you lost your friend and he tried to cheer you up and at the end of the night you said find me. that's exactly what reese is trying to do now. the 25-year-old new zealander set up a facebook page with the hopes of finding this young lady. he only knows her young name and that she's from d.c. katie, if you're out there, give us a call or hit us up on facebook. >> go for it. this is like super romantic. >>> there's the traditional support bra. then there's the one microsoft is developing. >> yeah. this bad boy has built in sensors designed to give you emotional support when you're tempted to do something you probably shouldn't want to do and, fellows, they're thinking of making >>> if you're one of the many people who just can't put down their smartphone or tablet, listen to this. >> optometrists say your eyes may be paying the price for all that br
and firefighters still have not located the elderly man who lives in the unit. ktvu's katie utehs is live on the scene with the new information about this mobile park. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning, tori. i just got off the phone with san jose fire's public information officer. he says now that it is daylight, the plan to move forward, research this mobile home. as you can see, it's completely gutted. early this morning they got through 80% of the home. they still need to search through the kitchen. they hope that will give them more identification or contact info as they try to find the elderly man who lived here. they do not believe he was home at the time of the fire. let me show you some video and some pictures of the flames and smoke coming from the mobile home at casa mobile home park along monterey in san jose. the smoke could be seen with 101 -- could be seen from 101. the mobile home where the fire started is completely destroyed, as you've seen. they walked through the gutted home and believe the elderly homeowner was not in the unit at the time. they are still
that lived in that unit. katie utehs is there. what is the latest on that search with the homeowner? >> reporter: dave, i have a call into san jose public information officer to see if they are any closer to locating this elderly man. at this point i have not heard back. investigators have walked through the mop bill home behind me. as you can see it is completely gutted. but the good news they do not believe anybody was home at the time of the fire. let me show you photos that firefighters snapped this morning as they arrived shortly after 2:00. flames and smoke could be seen from 101 as the unit burned. firefighters are unsure what caused the mobile home fire and they do not think the owner was home at the time. believed to be a 70-year-old man. they do see an increase until fires this time of year when temperatures drop and people try to stay warm. fire department is always looking out for people. making sure they are careful with space heaters. >> i spoke with a neighbor who says he helped the elderly homeowner jump start his car yesterday. pg&e has turned off power to this mobi
and the frost killed them. we had to start again. it was freezing cold. >> katie wood missed the cold snap of 1972. she moved here in 1974. it has been cold enough to know that she needs to spend tonight at her daughter's place. >> because i live in a mobile home and they do get cold very fast. >> over at christmas in the park, most people came prepared. but if not this vendor was ready to help. >> we have scarves and beanies and santa hats. we do have gloves. >> do the antlers help keep people warm? >> they give you magical powers to stay warm. >> for now the cold is an excuse to pull out the head gear and the cozy jackets. cross your fingers the power doesn't go out like back in 1972. >> a new baby and our power went out so we had to keep her warm like the pioneers by the fireplace. >> better get that firewood ready just in case. heather ishimaru, abc7 news. >> and it is frosty in the north bay as well. that's where abc7 news anchor ama dates is live for us. ama? >> carolyn, i think we all need some of the magical antlers that heather was talking about. for us in the bay area, this is co
since they tried to get the plane out. >> good morning, everyone, i am katie marzullo. >> at 6:00, a challenges that we will face this morning is the cold weather. >> we will check with leyla gulen, and wouldn'ty, too, -- and windy. we have high clouds from the first string of the cold snap from the pacific northwest and behind it a cold air mass from alaska in the southbound direction. we do have reports of precipitation in monterey and you may wake up to a little bit of moisture on the roads but, really, not very much. it will be mostly dry for the better part of the week and from the kgo program -- exploritorium, it is winds at 20 miles per hour with isolated shower possible and freezing cold the next few afternoons will we have cooler temperatures in oakland and san francisco and 51 in san francisco, and oakland is 52. for much of the south bay, it is 52. half moon bay is chilly at 50 degrees. headed to the roads, we will see what is happening in traffic. we have a couple of issues including a brushfire burning off the side of the freeway in oakland and if you are traveling
, stay in touch. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle. mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. if every u.s. home replaced one light bulb with a compact fluorescent bulb, the energy saved could light how many homes? 1 million? 2 million? 3 million? the answer is... 3 million homes. by 2030, investments in energy efficiency could help americans save $300 billion each year. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. president obama is planning on doing between now and christmas eve. starting today, and every day between now and christmas eve, the white house says president obama is going to be doing some public thing every day to highlight good things about health reform, and to get people to sign up for insurance. december 23rd is the next big enrollment deadline for obama care, so the white house is taking on a new effort to fight back against the law's extremely loud critics. you can find of feel the change in tone
post," sam stein. and katy, quite a bit of news today. >> apart from the tree. >> apart from the tree and apart from willie. a press conference in tallahassee today that may shake up college football. >> yeah. the superstar freshman quarterback for florida state named the acc player of the year yesterday they are going to announce the findings of an investigation, woman accused winston of rape. if those charges are brought about he can't play for the rest of the season. we don't know yet. they will announce it today. >> there's been some charges that the police were covering it up, that she was intimidated. i'll tell you what, it doesn't sound good. anyway, let's go to some other news. >> football is possibly behaving badly. >> to men behaving badly. it's so easy. >> new documents revealed toronto's mayor may have offered suspected drug dealers $5,000 and a car to keep a video of him smoking crack from becoming public. rob ford said he wants to see that tape. >> the best excuse i heard you give for using that crack cocaine was that you were in a drunken stupor. is that supposed to mak
. we know who he loves. that's his duetting partner and partner in life, our pal, katy perry. she looks gorgeous. he said, this is funny, yeah, we look like this pretty much all the time at home. they are a beautiful couple. they are both so talented. also other equally stunning behind-the-scenes shots on "vanity fair's" website, of mayer and perry. it is a wonderful song. a great album. highly recommend it. >> both good friends of the show. isn't it nice to see people find each other like that? >> we love love. get an extra shot. and keep playing this song, too. just a little more. >>> we continue, now. if you can't wait for the first glimpse of rudolph at holiday season, the como park zoo in st. paul, minnesota, has set up reindeer cam. this is a 24/7 web cam recording every moment -- >> every moment? >> every moment. every moment, sam. of its three reindeer. it's been viewed 47,000 times. the reindeers' names are button, junebug and abbey butts. when the big man comes around, they respond to very different names. >> oh. >> are you saying -- >> i'm not saying anything. i'm just saying
or visit a bank of america near you. oh no! i'm a monster! agh! no! agh! mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. ♪ >>> enjoying so many of the words of the life and times of nelson mandela. here, we see the greatest glory of living lies, not never falling but in rising every time you fall. and that is from the world of sport. and it helped unite south africa at a critical time for nelson mandela and his people. it was dramatized, in fact, in the 2009 movie, "invictus." and told of when south africa won the world cup and a divided nation came together as one. the year was 1995. and south africa was set to host the rugby world cup, represented by a team made of mostly white players. the polarized social climate still meant that many black south africans cheered against their own team. >> whites learn it in school. and blacks learn to hate it. >> reporter: yet another snapshot of nelson mandela, in the wake of apartheid. wh
. visit botoxchronicmigraine.com and talk to a headache specialist. mmm! this is delicious katie. it's not bad for canned soup, right? pfft! [ laughs ] you nearly had us there. canned soup. [ male announcer ] they just might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. [ male announcer ] they just might tcheck it out...ade. what do you think, huh? subtle. brew the love. keurig. ♪ (beeping) ♪ (ringing) ♪ the samsung galaxy s4. available at verizon. >>> and we are back, now, at 7:43 with the latest on singer cee lo green, speaking out about his felony drug charge. the grammy winner pleaded not guilty to the accusation that he slipped ecstasy into a woman's drink. and now, he's saying he feels optimistic about the case. john muller has the story. >> reporter: as calm and collected as ever. cee lo green doled out the compliments on nbc's "the voice." >> i actually believe that everybody was equally amazing. >> reporter: the singer/song writer who stands accused of giving a woman ecstasy last year, told tmz tuesday as he was leaving an airport, that he is optimistic about the
, washington anchor for bbc world news america, katy kay. we will go around the table, but first joining us now nbc news africa correspondent outside the home where mandela is believed to have died. set the scene for us. >> take a look. it is quite an incredible scene. when we got here late yesterday evening after we heard initial reports that nelson mandela might have passed away, it was somber news, but that didn't lot of long at all. overnight the crowd grew and turned into something of a party. why is a party? in every sense this is a celebration of nelson mandela's life. also a celebration of the lives that all south africans have been able to live because of the sacrifice that nelson mandela made. yes, people are sad and somber and there were a few people spotted crying, but people have gotten used to the fact that he was incredibly sick and he was taken to the hospital seriously ill with a lung infection and then he was critically ill and december he was discharged to go home because his home resembled an intensive care unit. people were used to the fact that he was incredibly sick. he w
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